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  • Ambassador Mussomeli Lectures at Law School in Ljubljana (Photo State Department)

    Ambassador Mussomeli Lectures at Law School

    Ambassador Mussomeli talked with about 30 students of Diplomatic and Consular Law at the University of Ljubljana Law School about his activities and way of life. He also briefly explained the U.S. Embassy and its activities.

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  • Regional Security Officer Mr. Stephen Strickland presenting his job (Photo State Department)

    Back to Dobravlje

    U.S. Embassy Regional Security Officer Mr. Stephen Strickland presented his job and fun facts about his experiences serving abroad to a group of 70 ninth graders in Dobravlje.

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  • Ambassador at the University of Ljubljana’s Administration Faculty (Photo State Department)

    Ambassador visits Faculty of Administration

    Ambassador Mussomeli visited a group of around 60 students and faculty at the University of Ljubljana’s Administration Faculty. The students and professors asked the Ambassador questions about U.S. foreign policy.

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  • Darinka Trček from EducationUSA center (Photo State Department)

    Study in the USA presentation

    The Embassy participated in a International Education Week event at the Druga Gimnazija High School in Maribor. PAO Daniel Mattern and Darinka Trcek from EducationUSA talked to 200+ students about opportunities for studying in the United States.

  • Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visits the Faculty of Economics and Business in Maribor (Photo State Department)

    What is the American Dream?

    U.S. Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visited the Faculty of Economics and Business in Maribor to explain “the American Dream,” which was defined by J. Adams in 1931 as “life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone...”

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  • Ambassador Mussomeli visits Maribor (Photo State Department)
    Ambassador Mussomeli visits Maribor

    Ambassador Mussomeli visited Maribor, where he met with the Dean of the Economic Faculty, Prof. Samo Bobek, and gave a lecture on “The Role of the U.S. in Global Economic Relations.” 

  • Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger at Gimnazija Novo mesto (Photo State Department)
    Deputy Chief of Mission visits Novo mesto students

    U.S. Embassy Deputy Chief of Mission David Burger visited about 150 students at Gimnazija Novo Mesto to discuss current world events and the situation in Slovenia. 

  • General Services Officer, Mrs. Jennifer Rizzoli, visits “Osnovna šola Jožeta Krajca” Rakek (Photo State Department)
    Our First Visit to Rakek School

    U.S. Embassy General Services Officer, Mrs. Jennifer Rizzoli, visited “Osnovna šola Jožeta Krajca” Rakek. This was Mrs. Rizzoli’s first school visit in Slovenia and our first visit to Rakek school.  

  • Two Marine Security Guards from Embassy Ljubljana visits OŠ Livada Velenje (Photo State Department)
    Jeopardy! at OŠ Livada Velenje

    Two Marine Security Guards from Embassy Ljubljana visited OŠ Livada in Velenje to talk with about 50 students about their home states, towns, hobbies, and what they like about Slovenia. 

  • Ambassador Mussomeli (Photo State Department)
    Ambassador visited a class of Political Science students at FDV

    Ambassador Mussomeli visited a class of Political Science students at the University of Ljubljana’s Faculty of Social Sciences, hosted by dr. prof. Anton Bebler. 

  • Regional Security Officer Stephen Strickland at OŠ Prežihovega Voranca in Maribor (Photo State Department)
    A Lively Discussion

    Regional Security Officer Stephen Strickland visited OŠ Prežihov Voranc in Maribor to meet students in the 6th to 9th grades. 

Current Issues

  • Obama Wields Executive Power to Improve U.S. Immigration System

    In a November 20 televised address to the American people, President Obama laid out his plan to improve border security and enforce current immigration law more effectively within the scope of his executive authority, declaring his unwillingness to leave “this broken system the way it is.” 

  • Secretary of State John Kerry speaks at the 2014 Transformational Trends Forum in Washington November 17
    Kerry: Middle East Requires Long-Term Commitment

    Every single day the United States pursues policies to advance security, economic prosperity, environmental protection, human rights, and development, Secretary of State John Kerry told an audience at the third annual Transformational Trends Policy Forum in Washington November 17. 

  • Hagel Calls Russia’s Actions ‘Dangerous, Irresponsible’
    Hagel Calls Russia’s Actions ‘Dangerous, Irresponsible’

    November 19, 2014 -- "Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called Russia's actions in Ukraine "dangerous and irresponsible" and said the tensions provoked by Moscow have probably done more to unify NATO than anything else in years. "It has brought the world together in a way where they are isolating themselves by their actions," Hagel said of Russia, as he took questions from Marines during a visit to North Carolina's Camp Lejeune on November 18." 

  • State Dept. on Terrorist Attacks in Iraq

    November 19, 2014 -- "The United States strongly condemns the continued terrorist attacks in Iraq, including the suicide car bomb attacks today in Basrah and the Iraqi Kurdistan Region in front of the Erbil Provincial Council Building that took a number of innocent lives. We extend our condolences to the families of the victims and hope for a rapid recovery for those who were injured." 

  • State’s Rose in Warsaw on Missile Defense

    November 19, 2014 -- "Thank you for that kind introduction, and thanks for having me here today. At the State Department, I am responsible for overseeing a wide range of defense issues, including missile defense policy. In this capacity, I served as the lead U.S. negotiator for the missile defense bases in Romania, Turkey, and Poland." 

  • Study in the USA
    Study in the USA

    U.S. schools are considered among the world’s best — a U.S. degree is highly valued in many countries and can be the key to a successful career.  Video »

  • USA Education In Brief
    USA Education In Brief

    A look at the development public schools, beginning with "common school," (the iconic little red schoolhouse) in the 18th century, through the Land-Grant university movement to the G.I. Bill of Rights and the civil rights movement, which expanded educational opportunity to all U.S. citizens. 

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